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Articles from June 2016

AMBI Partners with China's SinoLicensing
Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi's AMBI Group has formed a production and distribution joint venture with Beijing-based SinoLicensing, headed by Melody Bi.The new venture, AMBI-SINO China, will focus on expanding AMBI Group's global distribution network...
Devilworks Boards 'Monochrome', 'Welcome to Leith'
UK genre specialists Devilworks has acquired worldwide rights to Monochrome, Thomas Lawes' thriller starring 2013 Screen Star of Tomorrow Cosmo Jarvis (The Naughty Room), Jo Woodcock (Dorian Gray) James Cosmo (Braveheart, Game Of Thrones) and Lee Boardman...
Dogs', 'Tikkun', 'Sparrows' Triumph in Transilvania
Romanian director Bogdan Mirica's feature debut Dogs (Câini) was the winner of the Transilvania Trophy at the 15th edition of the Transilvania International Film Festival (TIFF) which came to a close yesterday (June 5).The thriller about a young man...
James Schamus Talks Muhammad Ali Movie
At a Sundance Film Festival London panel held in association with Screen International, writer, producer and former Focus Features head James Schamus said that Ang Lee's film about the iconic 'Thrilla in Manila' 1975 boxing match between Muhammad Ali...
OJ: Made in America': Review
Dir. Ezra Edelman. US, 2016. 476 mins.Clocking in at just shy of eight hours, OJ: Made in America made a theatrical awards-qualifying run the US before a broadcast premiere on June 11, following well-received bows at Sundance and Hot Docs. This is an...
Universal, MK2 Seal Multi-Territory Deal on 'Personal Shopper'
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Content Group has signed a multi-territory deal for Olivier Assayas's supernatural Paris-set thriller Personal Shopper starring Kristin Stewart following its award-winning premiere in Competition at Cannes.The deal...
Warcraft: The Beginning' Debuts Top of UK Box Office but 'Me before You' Leads Fri-Sun Weekend
UK TOP FIVEUNIVERSALWarcraft: The Beginning marched into top spot at the UK box office with its seven-day opening.Universal's video game adaptation defied fellow Bank Holiday Monday [May 30] opener Turtles with a non-final $5.23m (£3.62m) opening from...
X-Men: Apocalypse' Regains Overseas Lead as 'Zootopia' Hits $1Bn
FOX INTERNATIONALUPDATE: X-Men: Apocalypse powered to an $84.4m weekend from its 78 markets for $286.2m to date.The majority of the weekend's haul came from China's $59.6m debut which marks the second highest opening weekend ever for Fox in the market,...
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